When: 4:00pm, October 14th, 2018
Where: Mackenzie Hall: 3277 Sandwich St W, Windsor, ON N9C 1A9

Turning to the darker side this Halloween season, 4th Wall Music presents a program that explores why some classical music scares us. Is it loud noises? creepy sounds? or the terrifying stories music can tell? Find out which composers and what pieces make us quiver with fear. Including songs by Franz Schubert for voice and piano, the last movement of Bartok’s string quartet #4 and “The Masque of the Red Death” by Andre Caplet for string quartet and harp. Edgar Allen Poe’s poem of the same name will be read by Dr. Andre Narbonne, Professor of English at the University of Windsor.

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Piano – Robert Conway (University of Wayne State)
Baritone – Jonathan Lasch ( University of Wayne State)
Violin – Dr. Min Xie (Windsor and Jackson Symphonies)
Violin – Andrew Wu (Michigan Opera Theatre)
Viola – Dr. Roman Kosarev (Windsor and Lansing Symphonies)
Cello – Andrew McIntosh (WSO, National Ballet Orchestra)
Harp – Amy Ley ( Windsor and Flint Symphonies)
Special Guest– Dr. Andre Narbonne – University of Windsor Professor of English

Music of Bartok, Saint Seans, Schubert and Andre Caplet’s “The Masque of the Red death” performed with the telling of the tale interspersed.

Face painting to music, Little Ones in the Lobby craft, and presenting art work by students of Walkerville Collegiate.